This healing process is a vehicle to awakening. All of it can be put to good use and given what an ugly experience it often is, it’s the silver lining. …
This is not the first time psych drugs have been linked to dementia, but it’s certainly not something we hear about often enough. With an aging generation of people who’ve been on psych meds for their entire adult lives it’s an issue that needs to be faced. It’s yet another serious adverse effect that psychiatric drugs can cause. In this current NBC piece they are speaking only about benzodiazepines. All psych drugs have been associated with various sorts of mental decline, however. … [click on title to read and view more]
Bremner fights and wins – Acutane has since been withdrawn from the market – and the truths he uncovers are personal and and political.
Facebook apparently used to allow pharma pages to not allow comments from the masses. That has changed and now people can comment about pharma’s drugs on their pages. What is happening as a result of that? Pharma is abandoning facebook. It’s too dangerous to let their consumers speak freely on their pages because, well, the truth might come out!
This New York Times article “Talk Doesn’t Pay, So Psychiatry Turns Instead to Drug Therapy” was shared and commented on the other day by Gianna here on Beyond Meds. Today we share Paula Caplan’s pointed concerns from her blog, “When Johnny and Jane come Marching home.” Below is an excerpt of Caplan’s piece: What’s Wrong […]
The Internet wants me to take drugs. I know this, because nearly every site I visit subtly whispers things like “Seroquel…” “Abilify…” “Adderall, for adult ADHD…” to me from the sidebars. It shows me pictures of a perfect life, happy smiling people trendily going about their business as “productive members of society” – everything, in […]
what if wrong answers aren’t the exception but the rule? More and more scholars who scrutinize health research are now making that claim. It isn’t just an individual study here and there that’s flawed, they charge. Instead, the very framework of medical investigation may be off-kilter, leading time and again to findings that are at best unproved and at worst dangerously wrong.